7 Ways Anyone Can Make Money From Photography

7 Ways Anyone Can Make Money From Photography

I’ve loved taking pictures since I was a little kid, following dad around with my brand-spankin’ new Brownie. I adored that camera! But never once did I think I could make money from photography. Then, in 2013, I attended Great Escape Publishing’s Ultimate...
Maximize your profits from event photography

Maximize your profits from event photography

When I first started shooting events like reunions, proms, and music events, I would stand around waiting for the event to kick off, so I could get the two or three shots the client wanted. This was, of course, a complete waste of time and was obviously unproductive....
How one lightning photo earned me $7,000

How one lightning photo earned me $7,000

Who knew that one of the very first lightning photographs I ever took would change my life? In fact, it was the image that launched my career. And it remains one of the single, highest-grossing images in my portfolio, continuing to deliver profit, foster confidence,...
How to price photos and sell to interior designers

How to price photos and sell to interior designers

My passion for photography was born in a most inauspicious way. I attended the Ultimate Travel Writer’s Workshop in San Francisco in 2012 with every intention of pursuing a career (and supplemental income) in writing. But as an additional seminar at that event, they...
How to Submit Photos to Multiple Stock Agencies

How to Submit Photos to Multiple Stock Agencies

What is Stock Photography? Stock photography (sometimes called “microstock”) is one of the quickest ways to get into selling your photos. It requires no previous experience, and the best part is you don’t have to do any of the actual selling. You upload your photos to...
Ranger Rick: Sell Photos to Kids and Nature Magazines

Ranger Rick: Sell Photos to Kids and Nature Magazines

When you think of selling your travel photos, you probably don’t imagine close-up shots of a creepy caterpillar, a dog sniffing a turtle, or a butterfly on a flower. But most of us have photos like these in our portfolios — and you likely CAN sell them. Even if...

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